Thursday, April 22, 2010

Springtime in Vienna

Dear travelers of CSULB,
Long-awaited springtime has finally arrived in Europe. On this occasion the Tourist Board of the Austrian capital, Vienna, launched a new campaign for outdoor & indoor activities in the beautiful city. As you are going to visit Vienna on your Incantato Performance Tour, check out the official website to learn more about what the city has to offer - like Summer Night's Concerts, new exhibitions and the Wiener Festwochen (drama & musical theater). Enjoy!

Friday, April 16, 2010

The Bob Cole Conservatory Choir Updated Repertoire

Repertoire to be selected from the following:


Ave Maria (Anton Bruckner)
Libera Me (Lajos Bárdos)
Ave Verum Corpus (David N. Childs)
Sanctus (Craig Courtney)
Totus tuus (Henryk Gorecki)
Rhytmus (Ivan Hrušovský)
Tristes est anima mea (Johann Kuhnau)
Heilig (Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy)
In the Beginning (Rosephayne Powell)


Austrian, German, Moravian and Slovak Folk Songs

In stiller Nacht (Johannes Brahms)
Aus “Funf Gesange, Op 104” (Johannes Brahms):
- Im Herbst
- Nachtwache
- Verlorene Jugend
Lerchengesang (Arr. Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy)
Kde su Kravy Moje? (Arr. Wilhousky)


American Spirituals and Folk Songs

Bright Morning Star (Arr. Squatrito)
Elijah Rock and I Can Tell the World (Moses Hogan)
I hear a voice a Prayin’ (Houston Bright)
Lord, If I Got My Ticket (Stacey Gibbs)
Poor Man Lazarus (Jester Hairston)
Shenandoah (James Erb)